Here’s your THURSDAY morning 12/5 local headlines:
A recently elected Democratic State lawmaker from Philadelphia has been charged with numerous offenses and will resign.
Two persons have been found dead in a State College home yesterday afternoon.
A former girlfriend of Damon Devine testified yesterday that they sold drugs while they lived together.
There will be no tax increase for property owners of the city of Altoona next year.
It looks like the Bellwood Antis School District is thinking outside the box in trying to hold the line on taxes.
Just in time for Christmas lights, Penelec is announcing a rate increase.
Union officials recently joined lawmakers in voicing opposition to Governor Tom Wolf’s Executive Order paving the way for Pennsylvania to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
The State Auditor General is planning a new performance audit of the State Lottery including a look at frequent lottery winners.